Sunday, May 1, 2011

Man in the Door

Watch this in full screen, as it really makes a difference.

Via Tom
Man In The Door

Mississippi Auto Arms offers donations to Diaster Relief for orders in May

"Prepare for the unknown by studying how others in the past have coped with the unforeseeable and the unpredictable."
--General George S. Patton
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(Don't miss opening the *link and checking out all the pictures and the sad ending."
"As a result of Hurricane Katrina, I lost everything that I owned except the clothes that I was wearing when the storm *destroyed my families home. "

As a result of one of the worst storm systems the United States has seen in decades, the livesmillions of Americans have been drastically changed. Although Mississippi Auto Arms experienced power outages and minimal damage, many families located within a few miles from our store had their lives forever changed through injuries, loss or damage to their homes, or loss of loved ones. Although money cannot fix all problems created by the storm, we are trying to help with the recovery process by making a donation for all orders received during the month of May.

From now until the end of May, every non-dealer order we receive with a note in the comment section about the Lafayette County Tornado Relief effort, we will make a donation to the Mississippi Baptist Disaster Relief Organization though First Baptist Church of Oxford for the relief efforts in Lafayette County. We will donate $20 for each Drum (MD Arms 12 gauge 20 round Drum, SKS 75 round drum, or Saiga .223 100 round drum) or 5% of the order total toward relief efforts in Lafayette County. Additional donations can be added to your order by clicking on the link on our homepage.

As a result of Hurricane Katrina, I lost everything that I owned except the clothes that I was wearing when the storm destroyed my families home. Following the disaster, the Baptist Relief Organization was the first organization in Hancock County, Mississippi to prepare food, provide housing, provide counseling services, provide a means of communication, provide medical aid, and help with reconstruction. I am thankful to this day for the volunteers that helped my family after Hurricane Katrina. Like with all disasters, there are teams of people throughout the country providing the same service for victims of the recent tornadoes.

We are not affiliated with the Mississippi Baptist Convention Disaster Relief Organization and we are not a not for profit entity. If you would like to make a tax deductible gift, you can do so by making a donation to First Baptist Church of Oxford and specifying that the funds be used for disaster relief. Please consider making a donation to First Baptist Church of Oxford or the Mississippi Baptist Disaster Relief Organization.



The Crazy Weather

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"Oh Patrice, I'll be praying none of those pecan trees fall ANYWHERE. This weather is crazy. I heard that it was snowing in N.D. , flooding all up your way and a sand storm in China. What next?" pitty.
My reply........Obama gets reelected.......::)

Man survives being hit by lightning twice in remarkable CCTV footage

"The chances of being struck by lighting once in a give year are around one in 700,000. The chance of being struck twice within such a short space of time are virtually unmeasurable."

Via Weasel Zippers

More Obama Birth Certificate Analysis

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In poker one never turns over all their cards until after their bet is called.smiley

For those of you who have sent me hate-mail and called me a racist (and other wonderful names), here's my response. Oh, and the problems with the birth certificate didn't end with apparent diddling in the graphic layers - there are also source document questions.

There's only one way we're going to get the truth - a forensic document examiner is going to have to go look at the certificate and authenticate it. The real one - not a printout.

But more to the point, can we please have a discussion about the actual issue?

That is, whether President Obama is a natural-born citizen?

See, he voted for the resolution stating that McCain is.

And what does it say?

Ted Nugent: Obama White House Is 'Mao Zedong Fan Club'

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“If Allen West became president of the United States of America, we would be on the fast track back to that Shining City on the Sea and I pray to God that we can elect this man.”

NRA on Gunwalker: "Holders Got To Go"

Repost from NamSouth: Preparing For Civil Unrest - Levels I, II, III & IV

Jogged by Convoy! at The Cliffs of Insanity

The most remarkable thing about civil unrest is that there hasn't been more of it.

Politicians are making a hash of this country—and much of the rest of the civilized world. We know it. They know it. They know we know it. But we don't feel we can do anything much to stop them.

That right there is the pre-condition for civil unrest—when people are frustrated and politicians are nervous.

Worse, that was how things stood before last fall's crash. Before pols on both left and right launched the biggest mass transfer of wealth in history—transferring our wealth (what we had left of it!) to their friends on Wall Street and in the banking industry. In other words, that's how things were before things got bad!

Now everybody's talking about the ongoing catastrophe (even if we are in a momentarily sunny mood). But almost nobody is talking about the logical—maybe even inevitable—consequences of cynical or desperate politicians abusing an already fed-up populace: civil unrest.

I mean people taking to the streets. Or mass resistance. Or crackdowns because the government fears we might do something to upset its apple cart. It's going to happen. Somewhere. At some time. It's going to.

One of the few VIPs to mention the matter openly was Zbigniew Brzezinski, former National Security Advisor and the ultimate insider's insider. He commented on the millions of unemployed or soon-to-be-unemployed and the "...public awareness of this extraordinary wealth that was transferred to a few individuals at levels without historical precedent in America." He told "Morning Joe" Scarborough, "Hell, there could be even riots." I'd say that's an understatement.


Preparing For Civil Unrest - Levels I, II, III & IV

Urban Warfare - 6 minutes

Via Western Rifle Shooters Association

Quantrills Guerrillas

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"If you asked most people in the world who was the most famous American Western Outlaw in history, the name would most probably be JESSE JAMES. The name is so famous, it has become a part of our language. Movies have been made about him, books have been written about him, he is in TV advertisements, used to describe types of men, and all sorts of things. He is an American Western Icon. Some considered him a ruthless criminal. Others considered him a hero like Robin Hood who turned to crime because he had no choice. Both of these descriptions are true.

Jesse Woodson James was born September 5, 1847 in Missouri. At the age of three his father, Rev. Robert James, left Missouri to search for gold in California. His father died of yellow fever shortly after he arrived, leaving Jesse, his brother Frank, and his sister Susan orphans with a single mother, Zerelda, to raise them with little money on a farm in Clay County, Missouri.

In 1852, Jesse's mother Zerelda married a local farmer by the name of Benjamin A. Simms. Simms seems to have been a mean man to the kids so the James children hated him. Because he treated her children badly, Zerelda threw him out of her house and was going to divorce him. However, he was killed in some sort of accident with a horse.

In 1855, Zerelda married again to Dr. Rubin Samuel. Most writers say that the James children liked him and got alone OK with him. He treated them well and they respected him. Samuel had four additional children with Zerelda and the James children loved their half brothers and sisters. In 1863, Samuels even refused to tell a group of Union soldiers anything about his step son Frank James (who was at that time in Confederate Partisan Ranger service). For this, he was cruelly hanged three times to the point of death from a tree outside of his home. He survived but was never healthy again.

Jesse's older brother, Alexander Franklin (Frank) James joined the guerrilla group led by William Clarke Quantrill in 1861."

CSA General Jo Shelby fights in Mexico August 1865

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........the beleaguered French garrison at Matehuala welcomed him. Shelby's adjutant, Maj. John Newman Edwards, later described the cavalry attack on Juarez's forces: "Shelby's charge was like a thunder-cloud. Nothing could live before the storm of its revolver bullets. Lurid, canopied in smoke-wreathes, pitiless, riding right onward." The Mexicans fled "in hopeless and helpless flight." Shelby and his men were fêted by the grateful French for three days.

Illinois Denounces Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation

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“Damn ’em, they were foolish enough to think by laying down their arms they would enjoy all the rights they once had…......I am not one of those to ask forgiveness for that which I believe today is right.”
--General J. O. Shelby in a letter 1 Nov. 1865
With Lincoln’s war against his own people going badly and army enlistments dwindling rapidly, Northern Democrats by 1863 had had enough of war and promoted measures to stop the killing of Americans who sought political freedom and independence. Predictably, government-friendly newspapers like the Chicago Tribune defended Lincoln’s unconstitutional actions, though a majority of people of Lincoln’s own State opposed the war.

Bernhard Thuersam, Director
Cape Fear Historical Institute
Illinois Denounces Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation:

“{Stephen A.] Douglas had originally secured the support of the Democrats in Illinois for the war; but Douglas had died, and the North had suffered a long series of humiliating defeats on the battlefields. The Lincoln administration had announced in September, 1862, that on January 1 he would issue the Emancipation Proclamation. Many had pressed Lincoln to take that step. He had resisted largely through fear of losing the support of the War Democrats.

Governor Yates, a Republican, in his address to the legislature scraped the raw wounds. He congratulated the country on the prolongation of the war since it had resulted in the Emancipation Proclamation. The house at first refused to print this message except with “a solemn protest against its revolutionary and unconstitutional doctrines.”

The first task of the [Illinois] legislature was the election of a United States Senator. There were several candidates who, according to the Chicago Tribune, “vied with each other in the their expression of disloyalty.” One of the candidates was [Melville Weston] Fuller’s sponsor [Democrat W.C.] Goudy. Goudy declared that “in the event of the President’s refusing to withdraw the [Emancipation] Proclamation he was in favor of marching an army to Washington and hurling the officers of the present administration from their positions.”

“A Union man,” the Tribune reported, “is in as much danger in some localities here as if he were in Richmond.” Both the Illinois and Indiana legislatures were Democratic in 1863, while the governors of both States were Republicans. In each State the House of Representatives as a strict party measure passed resolutions protesting against further prosecution of the war unless the Emancipation Proclamation were withdrawn. In Illinois this resolution denounced “the flagrant and monstrous usurpations” of the administration, demanded an immediate armistice, and appointed several prominent Democrats…as commissioners to secure the cooperation of other States for a peace convention at Louisville, Kentucky.”

(Melville Weston Fuller, Chief Justice of the United States, 1888-1910, Willard L. King, MacMillan Company, 1950, pp. 54-55)

Illinois Denounces Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation

The Military's Pandora's Box

"This article was prepared to provide a summary of the contents of a book written in 1995 which describes an entirely new class of weapons. The weapons and their effects are described in the following pages. The United States Navy and Air Force have joined with the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, to build a prototype for a ground based "Star Wars" weapon system located in the remote bush country of Alaska.

The individuals who are demanding answers about HAARP are scattered around the planet. As well as bush dwellers in Alaska, they include: a physician in Finland; a scientist in Holland; an anti-nuclear protester in Australia; independent physicists in the United States; a grandmother in Canada, and countless others.

Unlike the protests of the 1960s the objections to HAARP have been registered using the tools of the 1990s. From the Internet, fax machines, syndicated talk radio and a number of alternative print mediums the word is getting out and people are waking up to this new intrusion by an over zealous United States government.

The research team put together to gather the materials which eventually found their way into the book never held a formal meeting, never formed a formal organization. Each person acted like a node on a planetary info-spirit-net with one goal held by all -- to keep this controversial new science in the public eye. The result of the team's effort was a book which describes the science and the political ramifications of this technology.

That book, Angels Don't Play this HAARP: Advances in Tesla Technology, has 230 pages. This article will only give the highlights. Despite the amount of research (350 footnoted sources), at its heart it is a story about ordinary people who took on an extraordinary challenge in bringing their research forward.

HAARP Boils the Upper Atmosphere

HAARP will zap the upper atmosphere with a focused and steerable electromagnetic beam. It is an advanced model of an "ionospheric heater." (The ionosphere is the electrically-charged sphere surrounding Earth's upper atmosphere. It ranges between 40 to 60 miles above the surface of the Earth.)

Put simply, the apparatus for HAARP is a reversal of a radio telescope; antenna send out signals instead of receiving."

Via Cousin Bill